The role of music and art in social justice movements is frequently defined as a creative representation of the movement’s goals (e.g., protest songs and posters). Here, we will consider how Black art practices, especially when they are socially and politically contextualized, constitute a unique vision and contribution to social justice. In this presentation and discussion, we will explore Hip Hop’s Black collage-making and sampling, as politically subversive in their own right.


PD Credit

1.5 hours Professional Development certificate available upon request

Pay what You Can

Thanks to the generous support of our funders, we are excited to offer this workshop as a “pay what you can” opportunity. Any support you provide helps to cover the costs of providing the workshop and continuing our professional development offerings. The value of this webinar is $75, however ANY amount helps to defray the costs of your participation and the participation of those unable to afford making a contribution.  Advance registration is required.

This program is part of NJPAC’s Colton Institute for Training and Research in the Arts